Micron’s DDR5 chip was one of the first chips to win the Golden Prestige Award in China, and the company also began mass production of DDR5 modules.
China Jiahe Kingway memory module manufacturer ranked first received Micron’s DDR5 chips have begun mass production of DDR5 RAM modules. Both Samsung and SK Hynix plan to launch their own DDR5 chips soon.
All of this also means that there may be a large number of choices in the second half of the year, and desktops and notebooks with DDR5 capabilities will also be expected at that time. Intel will support this type of RAM through Alder Lake-S processors and 600 series motherboards later this year. The platform will also handle DDR4 modules to achieve a smoother transition. AMD and Zen 4 will launch a DDR5 platform with an AM5 slot in early 2022.
Golden Harvest itself is the fourth largest DDR module manufacturer in China, but in the next few months, Team Group and ADATA, which operate globally, also hope to release DDR5 products.
DDR5 modules not only promise higher clock speeds, lower power consumption and better tuning capabilities, as well as higher capacity. A module can be up to 512 GB. Of course, new memories will be more expensive than ever before, but as their spread accelerates, commodities will also become more expensive.